I sold my TT Contrail when I saw the photos of the TT Moment. At 28 oz. , only 2 oz. more than the Contrail, I guessed that it was far more wind resistant than the Contrail and I was right. At Arapaho Pass in Colorado's Indian Peaks range in late October I experienced all night winds of 35-45 mph. and the Moment was solid, but a bit breezy inside due to the 360 deg. netting. Laying clothes & stuff sacks on the netting tamed it pretty well.
This tent is just amazing in its design, attention to needed details and quality. And it's American made.
If I ever section hike the AT again (doubtful) I'll still carry a tent. The "shelter" experience is not for me! In fact the entire AT is just way too crowded for me. I much preferred Pennsylvania's 80 mile Sesquehannock Trail Syatem (STS) to the AT. When I backpack I'm not there to socialize (or sign trail registers unless required by regulation). Even Yosemite's trails at times can get too crowded for my taste.